Portland Press Herald, June 4, 2024 “The hot pink sculptures have left Payson Park but are sure to show up elsewhere soon

Visit Portland, May 13, 2024 “25 Free Things to Do in Maine

Portland Press Herald, April 29, 2024 “Meet the artists (and the egrets) coming to the Back Cove this summer

Maine Calling, April 12, 2024 “The Role of Art and Community

Portland Press Herald, March 31, 2024 “Society Notebook: TempoArt fundraiser is for the birds

Bangor Daily News, July 17, 2023  “Prehistoric creatures have popped up on Portland’s Western Promenade” 

Portland Press Herald, May 7, 2023 “Animal-shaped benches get support of their own

Portland Press Herald, April 10, 2023, “Temporary art coming to Western Prom in the form of ‘friendly monsters

Maine Public Radio, August 11, 2022, “The role of public art and examples of artwork throughout Maine – featuring two of TEMPOart’s commissioned works!

Portland Press Herald, July 25, 2022, “‘Eye-catching’ Portland sculpture draws praise, head turns

The Maine Magazine, May 2022 Issue, “The Administrator Behind the Art”, featuring our then manager Samantha Butler and commissioned artist Pamela Moulton

Portland Press Herald, February 11, 2022 “Colorful sculpture installation planned for Payson Park in Portland

WGME, September 8, 2021, “Portland pinecone sculpture dedicated in honor of woman who brought art to city

Portland Press Herald, August 30, 2021, “Patrick Plourde’s ‘Pinecone’ lands in Deering Oaks

Maine Home + Design, August 2020 Issue, “Gathering Stones: A public art exhibition explores resilience and encourages visitor interaction

The Portland Press Herald, August 4, 2019, “Welcome Feasts create connections through food

The Chart, Winter 2017 Issue, “TEMPO art Announces 3 Temporary Art Projects in Portland for Summer 2017

Munjoy Hill News, August 4 2017, “‘Occupied Wall’ Installation in Old Port Makes Political Statement

WJBQ, June 6, 2016, “See the unnerving sculpture that was just unveiled in Portland’s Lincoln Park